The 2nd CryoNet Annual Symposium "Postrevolution Cryo-EM: Reaping the benefits while looking to the future"
This is the 2nd CryoNet Annual Symposium. It will be held Oct 10-11 2019 in the Biomedicum lecture theatre, Karolinska institutet.
Second BAG application call open
BAG (Block Allocation Group) call for single-particle CryoEM We now open to BAG applications that allow users from one university to apply as a group and get a combined allocation that will extend for 12 months. You can find details about how a BAG works in the Documents session in the portal. You can apply for a BAG using the order form "BAG application - 2019/2020". The deadline is August 1st.
First pilot BAG (Block Allocation Group) for single-particle CryoEM
We now open to BAG applications that allow users from one university to apply as a group and get a combined allocation that will extend for 12 months. You can find details about how a BAG works in the Documents session in the portal. You can apply for a BAG using the order form "BAG application". The deadline is August 1st.
Open registration to the cryo-EM single particle image processing course
Cryo-EM workshop on single-particles image processing organised by the Cryo-EM National Facility. The course includes morning lectures given by local and international speakers and image-processing afternoon practicals. Registrations at the following link: https://www.scilifelab.se/events/cryo-em-image-processing-ht17/
CryoNet - A network for coordinating the national cryo-EM facilities in Denmark and Sweden
The Knut and Alice Wallenberg and the Novo Nordisk Foundations have allocated 15 MDKK for the creation of a network between the national cryo-EM facilities in Umeå, Stockholm, Copenhagen, and Aarhus. Network activities will include a course program, an annual symposium, and funding for student/postdoc exchanges between the sites.
Structural Biology discussion group
Every Thursday at 9.30, we gather a discussion group to present the most recent developments and applications to interesting biological problems. We encourage everyone to take active part.
Venue: SciLifeLab, Becquerel room